THREAT SIGNAL Interviewed By 'Fashion Model': Video Available

"International fashion model" Jordan conducted an interview with Canadian metallers THREAT SIGNAL for the new show "Invoke the Metal". The nine-minute clip — which includes THREAT SIGNAL performance footage — can be viewed below.

THREAT SIGNAL recently uploaded the demo version of a new song, entitled "Beyond Recognition", on the group's MySpace page.

THREAT SIGNAL has parted ways with guitarist Kyle McKnight and has replaced him with Texas native Travis Montgomery.

Drummer George Parfitt left THREAT SIGNAL earlier in the year in order to focus on his family life. He has since been replaced by Norm Killeen.

As previously reported, THREAT SIGNAL frontman Jon Howard is collaborating with FEAR FACTORY members Christian Olde Wolbers (guitar) and Raymond Herrera (drums) on a brand new side project. The as-yet-unnamed group will occupy much of the trio's time while FEAR FACTORY frontman Burton C. Bell focuses on his ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS project, which recently inked a deal with MINISTRY mainman Al Jourgensen's 13th Planet Records.

Christian Olde Wolbers produced THREAT SIGNAL's debut album, "Under Reprisal", which was released in North America on August 22, 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records.

"Invoke the Metal" will be launched sometime in the next few weeks on with interviews featuring DIVINE HERESY and CHIMAIRA, among other bands.


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